Seats Held by INDIA Bloc Members Shouldn’t Come Up For Discussion: Omar Abdullah


SRINAGAR: Former Chief Minister and National Conference vice-president Omar Abdullah on Wednesday suggested that seats held by INDIA alliance members shouldn’t be open for discussion and only those seats held by BJP should come up for seat-sharing discussion.

Talking to reporters after INDIA coordination committee’s first meeting, Omar said the seats already held by the INDIA alliance members shouldn’t be discussed.

“One of the things I have proposed is that the seats that are already held by members of INDIA bloc shouldn’t be open for discussion. We should be discussing those seats that are held by BJP, NDA or parties that are not part of either of the alliances,” Omar said.He said the parties will nominate their representatives for seat-sharing talks.

The meeting of the 14-member coordination committee of the INDIA bloc, which is the top decision-making body of the grouping, was held at the residence of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar in Delhi at 4:00 p.m. (KNO)


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